Friday brings the release of a bunch of very cool pop culture posters. Mondo has two different posters for Mad Max: Fury Road, one by Killian Eng and the other by Boneface. Then over at Dark Hall Mansion, they have a stunning poster for King Kong by Nicolas Delort. Check them all out below. Read More »
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Director Wes Anderson has one of the most distinct storytelling and visual styles of any filmmaker working today. Fans have even taken to using his style to imagine other movies as if they were directed by Anderson, such as Forrest Gump and The Uncanny X-Men. Of course, no one parodied Wes Anderson better than Saturday Night Live with their horror spoof, The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders. And now if you’re a Wes Anderson fan, you can step into the world he beautifully brings to life on the big screen…sort of.
No, there’s not a Wes Anderson theme park (though plenty would line up for that attraction), but the filmmaker has designed a cafe in Italy that feels like it’s straight out of one of his movies. Thankfully, if you’re not in Europe, we have some photos that you can check out. See what this Wes Anderson Italian cafe looks like after the jump. Read More »
On June 12, you can see Jurassic World in theaters everywhere and say “Welcome…to the Mondo Gallery” in Austin, TX. There, they’ll be hosting a full gallery show filled with art based on Steven Spielberg‘s blockbuster, Jurassic Park. It’s called When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth and features original works and screenprints based on the film by artists such as Aaron Horkey, Ken Taylor, Dan McCarthy, Jock, Jason Edmiston, Brandon Holt and others. The Jurassic Park art show opens at 7 p.m. June 12 and remains on display through June 27. Below, see the first piece of preview art and read the full artist list. Read More »
Later this month, author Chuck Palahniuk will continue the story of his iconic novel turned film Fight Club in comic book form. The series, Fight Club 2, will follow Tyler Durden ten years after the events of the book but it won’t be the character’s only appearance. Palahniuk is bringing back Durden for a short story in his new collection, Make Something Up: Stories You Can’t Unread. Durden appears in a story called Expedition which takes place before the events in Fight Club. Read more about the Fight Club prequel below. Read More »
“What no menthol?” Dennis Nedry’s interaction with the mysterious Dodgson in Jurassic Park is one of the film’s funniest and most memorable scenes. Dodgson is paying Nedry to steal dinosaur embryos from the park and gives him a special Barbasol shaving cream can that doubles as a cooling container.
You’ve seen it. You know the scene. It’s hilarious and in a brilliant marketing twist, Universal has teamed with Barbasol again, this time to release limited edition Jurassic World Barbasol shaving cream cans with art by Mark Englert. Find out more below. Read More »
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One of my biggest pet peeves is when someone takes a photo in terrible light. It’s dark, everything is quiet and then huge flash goes off. I think ” You just ruined that.”
Most people are blissfully ignorant to the importance of light in art, not just in photography, but anything visual. Which, I assume, is one of the reasons why artist Raid 71 is calling his latest solo show Illuminate. The pop culture art show features works from films like Blade Runner, Tron, The City of Lost Children, Akira, Mean Streets, Dark City, Midnight Cowboy, The Fisher King, Taxi Driver and more that focus on light, and light juxtaposed with architecture, in cinema. The show opens May 15 at the Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, NY and below you can see a bunch of art from the show. Read More »
For Star Wars fans and Lego collectors, one of the holy grail pieces is the 5,195 piece Ultimate Collector’s Series Millennium Falcon. Originally priced at about $500, it now can sell for almost 10 times that because of its rarity, and the set’s incredible detail. It’s one of the biggest and most beautiful Lego sets in history.
Yet it pales in comparison to this latest fan creation.
A team of Lego builders called Titans Creations have created a 10,000 piece Millennium Falcon that’s physically 40% bigger than the official set and features multiple scenes from the movie within. Check out the amazing custom Lego Millennium Falcon below. Read More »
With Force Awakens rumors, social media, spoilers, merchandise, it’s another jam-packed edition of Star Wars Bits. Below, read about the following.
- Check out our first possible look at Maz Kanata in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
- Disney is deliberately pacing marketing and merchandise for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
- Check out Tim Doyle‘s new Star Wars: The Force Awakens poster.
- Read Vanity Fair‘s extended interview with J.J. Abrams.
- Watch an interview with the production designers of The Force Awakens.
- John Boyega won’t even share Force Awakens secrets with his family.
- Carrie Fisher‘s Mother’s Day Tweet was amazing.
- Billie Lourd confirms she’s not playing a young Leia in The Force Awakens.
- Check out the cover Marvel Comics’ Lando #1.
- Listen to audio from inside a theater in 1977 showing Star Wars.
- Read some potential spoilers about a scene involving Rey and Kylo Ren.
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Dozens of Walt Disney’s trademark characters have already become part of Disney Infinity, the open-world, figure-based video game from The House of Mouse. Mostly the game has focused on Pixar characters from Cars, Toy Story The Incredibles and Monsters Inc., as well as Walt Disney Animation hits Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph. But things have gotten really interesting for the game lately with Marvel heroes entering the mix. But things are about to get even bigger with the arrival of Disney Infinity Star Wars. Hit the jump to watch the first Disney Infinity Star Wars trailer. Read More »